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, where 18,000 people work. papa john's and denny's are leading the controversy over healthcare reform. the ceo of papa claims obamacare will cost his company 5 to 9 million dollars per year. reports say he intends to pass the cost on to customers and via potential layoffs. that has sparked boycott, while supporters are calling today national papa john's appreciation day. a denny's franchise owner is reportedly backing off plans to charge customers more but may cut back employee hours. today is the deadline for states to declare plans to create healthcare exchanges. a mcchange up in leadership at mcdonald's. after 35 years with the company, jan fields, president of mcdonald's' usa division, is stepping down. mcdonald's' global chief restaurant officer will replace fields. last week, mcdonald's reported some disappointing numbers - same-store sales declined for the first time in 10 years. fields will leave the company december 1st. a highly anticipated report from congressional republicans investigating the demize of mf global places the blame squarely at the feet of former ceo john co
a dime more in taxes. i'm not going to do that." earlier, house speaker john boehner told reporters that allowing tax cuts for the wealthy to expire at the end of the year would be harmful to the economy. "the congressional budget office released a report that the most harmful consequences of the fiscal cliff come from increasing tax rates, and according to ernst and young, raising the top rates would destroy nearly 700,000 jobs in our country." the fiscal cliff is the result of the unresolved debt ceiling debate a year-and-a-half ago: $110 billion in spending cuts - half of it defense-related. it's also a list of tax breaks about to expire that includes: the bush tax cuts, the alternative minimum tax, reduced payroll tax, and the federal unemployment benefit extension. some believe that negotiations come so soon after the election that it may put pressure on republicans to compromise. "it's going to be a disaster if it doesn't get done, and the blame will be on them. they have to compromise - something they didn't do in the last session." when pressed for details as to what ground
, house speaker john boehner said that congress has ways to avert the fiscal crisis, but rewriting the tax code in two or three weeks is not one of them. lawmakers have until midnight on new year's eve to reach an agreement. the first round of meetings begins today. hurricane sandy's power-packed winds swept away sales momentum in the retail sector, especially in the car industry. prior to the storm, retail sales were edging higher. the month of september was revised up 1.3% from 1.1%. but after sandy, overall, retail sales slid .3% in october, the first dip in 3 months. automaker sales plunged 1.5%, the larget drop since august of 2011. car makers blame the storm for sluggish sales and predict a rebound in november. the national automobile dealer'' association is standing by its prediction that as many as a quarter of a million vehicles suffered damage from superstorm sandy. and as our cover story explains, many of them could be resold at auction and wind up on used car lots from coast-to- coast. the national automobile dealer'' association says despite fewer than 40,000 claims filed in t
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